3 Nonsurgical Ways to Get Ready for the New Year

Med Spa Chicago, IL One of the best parts of a new year is that it’s a clean slate. Not only do people traditionally take advantage of the New Year’s holiday to set weight loss and other health-related goals, but they also use the New Year as a way to set other goals as well. And even though thinking about the New Year is exciting, what about getting ready for the big day itself? Greet 2018 like never before with these three nonsurgical tips from Dr. Gregory Wiener.


Dr. Gregory Wiener offers patients a variety of different dermal fillers to help fill in fine lines and wrinkles and restore volume to the face. By making strategic injections, Dr. Gregory Wiener can give patients immediate results without having to go under the knife.


Another popular way to get ready for the new year is with Botox injections. If you are new to Botox, let’s just say that it is popular for more than one reason. Unlike fillers that work to fill in your fine lines and wrinkles, Botox works a bit differently. By temporarily relaxing your facial muscles, Botox gives patients a smoother complexion in about seven days on average.

Lunchtime Peel

There are many unique benefits of laser skin resurfacing: a reduction of hyperpigmentation and scarring, more collagen, and a healthier looking complexion overall. However, a lot of laser skin resurfacing treatments take a few weeks to recover from. Luckily, our Lunchtime Peel has fewer side effects but still offers patients great results which means that you can be ready for the New Year holiday in no time.

You don’t have to go under the knife to have great skin. Try these three tips to be ready for the new year! To learn more, schedule a consultation at our Chicago office today!

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